Archive - Aug 29, 2012
COLUMBIA CITY â Mayor Ryan Daniel recently announced a new citizen engagement component for Columbia City, making it easy for citizens to stay connected to information concerning the city.
âWe are one of the few communities in the state to have something like this,â said Daniel.
âRight now the (computer application) is only for the iPhone and iPad, but the Droid may be an option in the future as we see how this pans out.â
According to a press release, the computer application, also known as an âapp,â was recently designed by Austin Drummond, a Huntington University student.
COLUMBIA CITY â The authority to grant Columbia City residents permission to shoot off fireworks in the city was transferred from one governing body to another this week.
An amendment was passed on second reading concerning the cityâs Fireworks Ordinance at the Columbia City Common Council meeting Tuesday.
Mayor Ryan Daniel said the ordinance had strict standards as to only allowing citizens to use fireworks on specific days in the year.
âThis ordinance, first of all allows the Board of Works to set forth any additional dates, like this year when we had the burn ban,â said Daniel.
COLUMBIA CITY â Whitley County rivals Churubusco and Columbia City met on the volleyball court at the Donald S. Weeks Gymnasium Tuesday night, treating the fans in attendance to a very competitive match.
Visiting Churubusco took the first game with a very emotional performance, but host Columbia City regrouped to take the next three games to record the 3-1 win.
The win pushes the Columbia City record to 4-0 as they head into Thursday nightâs showdown with Concordia, while Churubuscoâs record moves to 3-3 as they head to Eastside also on Thursday.
CHURUBUSCO â Churubuscoâs tennis team picked up its first win of the season Tuesday night, against Northeast Corner Conference foe Central Noble.
The Eagles won 3-2 in Churubusco, with victories in both doubles matches and No. 3 singles.
The No. 1 doubles team of Brandon Wormcastle and Landon Person won 6-1, 6-0 over Cougars Jared Estep and Devon Barr. Andrew Biddle and Brian Murphy of the No. 2 doubles team defeated Central Nobleâs Colton Conrad and Caleb Harlan in a match that went to three sets.